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Junior high students preparing for Christmas operetta Dec. 20 One of the most complex types of entertainment attempted at Junior High school is currently underway with the student body and faculty members preparing for a Christmas operetta The Magi's Gift" to be presented in the h i g h s c h o o l auditorium Thursday. Dec. 20. The cast calls for 25 members and is supported by over 60 singers and d a n c e r s . The music department is being assisted by teacher committees from the English, home economics, art, shop and physical education departmentb as well as many students. These people are involved with the technical details of directing, rehearsing, and creating stage effects, costumes, posters, programs and lighting. . The scene of the operetta is in medieval England on Christmas eve and involves the events centered around a little girl, Hlsbeth, who believes one of the T h r e e Wise Men returns to earth every Christmas eve. The magi blesses whomever he meets as he wanders up and down the land. This particular Christmas will affect many lives. Selected to appear in the play are Susan Henry as Flsbeth and Ronnie Swem. Fred Best. Sally Best, Karen Caswell, Jan Tremlett, Craig Brown, Judie Chilton, Peter Harris, Donald Stevens, Kevin Fredenburg, William Harron. Michael Maynard. Dwayne HOW TO WRITE -"STL Martin, Mike LaForty, Nellie Sibley, Ronnie Reddick, Robert McBroom, Gary Hall, Carolyn McAllaster, Diane Whalen, Anita K u e h l , Tim Stowell, Douglas Thompson, and Karl Cousino. Carol singers will be Sally Brown, Jane Appleby, Margaret Brasie, Marcia Laidlaw, Nancy Jones, Pauline Sprague, Cindy Hay, Suzanne Foster, Luava Aldrich, Marilyn Conklin. Also Robert Wincowski, Mike LaForty, Ronnie Reddick, Paul Denesha, John Donaldson, Arnold Mason, Glen Anderson, Richard George, Duane Martin and James Smith. M o r r i s dancers are Nancy Burston, Cindy Lynde, Connie^ Lajuett, Tom Allan, Harry Hodgdon and Harland Brown* Members of the angel chorus include Carol Bennett, Judy Colloca, Cris Koch, Amy Roberts, Pat Mallette, Joadie Evans. Jerrilyn Bre sett, and Sunday Bristol. In the Christmas tree chorus are Susan Porter, Meg Pearson, Sue Boney, Phyllis Filiatrault, Jane Harron, Ellen Haenel, Janice Herheim, Nancy W r a n e s h , Mary Ann Sipher and Kathy Palmer. Participating in the skating dance will be Vicky Porter, Jill Boutilier, Dawn Matthews, Margette Winters, Jeanne Ritchie, Merton Klock, L i n t o n Hance, Ernest McEathron, Clifford Osterhoudt and Tim DeGrace. Mummers are Danny Kitts, David Benjamin, Kirk Ball, Lynn Sprague, Terry St r a t e , Allen Woodward and Scott Rumble. Couple eorried ^ тАФ ┬╗ * > ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ тДв ^ ^ ^ ^ тАФ тАвтАв тАв тАв ' тАв ' '" I тАв тАв I . I - 1.1 тАв ,1 .11 . . r r S ALWAYS BEST to start your odvtristmMt with ttw M M 1 of f t * article or nrvte┬л you hurt to offer. If you bovt on apartmeat or room for rent or property for sale, start your odvortisomMt wifh f t * location and city hi which it h located. < > at Aetwerp cberck M i s s Donna Mae Lynch, daughter of M r s . Q if ford M. Alton, W a t e r t o w n , w a s m a r r i e d to Charles E . Wood, son of F r e d e r i c k Wood, Antwerp, and M r s . Donald A. Hall, Watertown, Nov. 17 in the Antwerp M e t h o d i s t church with Rev. H . L o u i s Hewitt, pastor, officiating. The bride w a s given in m a r riage by her stepfather, Clifford M. Alton. M r s . Gary Pickert, Antwerp, s i s t e r of the groom, w a s matron of honor. B r i d e s m a i d s were M i s s Jeanette and Kathleen Lynch, s i s t e r s of the bride. Gary Pickert, Antwerp, w a s best man. U s h e r s were Benjamin D e l l e s . Philadelphia and William Wilmert, Syracuse. A reception w a s held at t h e heme of the bride's mother. The couple i s living in Antwerp. M r s . Wood i s a 1961 graduate of Indian River Central school. M r . Wood was graduated from Antwerp High school in 1956. He 1, Wcrfneeda*, D e c e m b e r o p e r a t e s the farm with his father. JC. ┬е Pond Road By MRS. E . A. WARE F o r r e s t Woodrow returned home from the E .J. Noble hospital in Canton Monday, where he had been for observation and t r e a t ment. Mr. and M r s . Woodrow visited their d a u g h t e r , M r s . B r u c e Brown, i n E d w a r d s Wednesday. M r s . Brown returned from the E . J . Noble hospital in Gouverneur Monday. M r s . F o r r e s t Woodrow w a s a dinner guest of the Merrill Bush family Sunday. Dinner g u e s t s of Mr. and M r s . Maynard Jones Sunday were Mr. and M r s . Grant Blandin, G o u v e r neur, and Mr. and M r s . F r e d J o n e s and family. Elm Creek. M r s . Ceylon Reed and Mark spent Monday with M r s . Clinton Reed at H a r r i s v i l l e . 1 0 8 8 NANCY M e O U M B B Miss McCumber engaged to wed Clifford McCumber, Gouverneur, and Mrs. Eldon Ray mo, Syracuse, announce the engagement of their daughter, Nancy Lee McCumber, to William H. Burns jr., son of William Burns, Gouverneur and Mrs. Harriet Burns, Star Lake. Miss McCumber is a senior at Gouverneur High school. M r. Burns a t t e n d e d Gouverneur schools and is now employed by Herbert McCumber, distributor for Sealtest ice cream. No date has been set f o r the wedding. EXNOIKS COMMENDED IT DISTIICT IAN6EI IN SEAICH EFFOIT / Hot Water* C o n s u m p t i o n Gallons @ 140┬░F MI88 QABOL B U B N K I T R.E. Kerr, district ranger for the conservation department at Canton, c o m m e n d e d Explorer post 22 of Gouverneur and its advisors, Eugene D e N a g i e a n d Charles Jones, for the post's assistance rendered on the search of a lost hunter in the Tupper Lake region on Nov. 6. The group was assigned one of the longer and more difficult search patterns and Mr. Kerr stated that he and the department were pleased with the manner in which the boys conducted their portion of the task. A strong position in agriculture is considered one of this country's greatest international assets. 7 i torn < Dish Washcx Automatic Gal, per drawing 10-15 5-10 -9 P u n Washing H a n d \ Washing Machine 15-30 per cycle Application Tub Bath Shower Antwerp girl to become bride of Keith House \ V By MRS. T.WILLIAMS Mr. and M r s . Fred Burnett, Antwerp, announce the e n g a g e ment of their daughter, Carol Jean Burnett, to Keith Edward House, s o n of Mr. and M r s . E l m e r House, Gouverneur. M i s s Burnett attended Indian River Central school. Philadelphia. Mr. House attended Gouverneur school and i s now employed by Duffy-Motts, Williamson at Rochester. The wedding will take place in the near future. 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